Creating and maintaining successful communities is not as easy as one might think. At Social Now we will hear from those who have tried it: they will share their recommendations on how to do it so that others can benefit from their learnings.
Last year, for the first time, we ran a peer assist on rolling out a new intranet. Given how much participants liked the format, the peer assist is back in 2020: this year the focus is on setting up successful communities for learning and innovation.
Together on stage we will have four professionals responsible for setting up communities in their own organisations. They are:
- Achim Brueck, Coordinator Community Management Europe Strategy/Digital Life at Daimler
- Brian Steenson, Senior Knowledge Manager at Syngenta
- Florence Sarret, Change Adviser at International Committee of the Red Cross
- Monica Danese-Perrin, Lead Knowledge Architect at Lloyds Banking Group
Ana Neves will facilitate the session, guiding these four experienced peers through a series of questions meant to surface key recommendations for how to create and maintain active communities that contribute to foster innovation; promote learning; and develop, retain and circulate knowledge inside the organisation.
The peer assist will be a great complement to Rachel Happe’s and Julian Stood’s talks: “Control is for Amateurs: How to Enable People Through Vibrant Communities” and “Creating Conditions for Community“, respectively.
It will also be a wonderful opportunity to learn from the positives and negatives of real-life experiences, while simultaneously witnessing the value of peer assists for knowledge transfer.